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Cancer Center

The Albert Einstein Cancer Center (AECC) was established in 1971 and was among the first academic cancer research centers to be funded by the National Cancer Institute, a designation continuously held since 1972.

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Shared Facilities & Cores

The Albert Einstein College of Medicine supports a broad array of Shared Scientific Facilities and Cores designed to advance the research efforts of Einstein investigators. These Shared Facilities and Cores are operated by experienced personnel to provide researchers with access to a wide array of techniques and services requiring expensive instrumentation, specialized facilities and/or a high degree of expertise to perform. They are administered by various Einstein Centers and Departments.

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Shared Facilities and Cores

Facts and Stats

  • $178 Million

    In NIH research funding
    (Federal FY 2019)

  • 20

    Research Centers

  • 1,800

    Full-time faculty

  • 3,292

    Papers published in peer-reviewed journals in 2018


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